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The Mill: What's Changed?
Explore how life for the 1830s working classes compares with today by watching short documentary series 'The Mill: What's Changed?'
The Mill: What's Changed? Protest
How has our right and ability to protest changed since the 1830s? We meet Shelly, a university student on a mission to protect working people's rights.
Infographic: The World’s First Industrial Revolution
Explore an infographic to find out how life for the 1830s working class compares to todayContinue reading : 'Infographic: The World’s First Industrial Revolution'
Exclusive Extras - The Mill: What's Changed?
The Mill: What's Changed? Strike
The 1842 general strike saw over 500,000 walk out of private industry, but, in 2014, a strike is more likely to affect services. We meet 26year-old firefighter…
Series 2: Profiles
Esther is discovering all the joys of being an independent woman, but her revolutionary spirit is never far from the surface.
Married to Susannah, Daniel is Chief Engineer and Head of the Union but still finds time to support Chartism
Miriam Catterall (17) is younger and less savvy than her sister Susannah.
Now married to Daniel Bate, Susannah is finding life as a mother of three frustrating
Series 2: Clips & Extras
S2-Ep5: Dying Secrets
Although gravely ill, Hannah Greg is desperate to tell Peter the truth about the man responsible for his Grandfather's death so she enlists James Windell.
- S2-Ep5: Dying Secrets - Play.
- S2-Ep5: Obey Your Master - Play.
- S2-Ep4: Storytime - Play.
- S2-Ep4: Mass Rejection - Play.
- S2-Ep3: Naked Race - Play.
- S2-Ep3: Wily Will - Play.
- S2-Ep2: Overseer Overseer - Play.
- S2-Ep2: Damaged Goods - Play.
- S2-Ep1: Feast Your Eyes - Play.
- S2-E1: Victims of the Poor Law - Play.
Industrial unrest and militancy
The Ten Hour movement, industrial unrest, labour militancy, the Wibsey Moor Meeting and the DocumentContinue reading: 'Industrial unrest and militancy'
Fact or Fiction?
The Greg family's relationships, beliefs and their connection with slavery in Dominica